Monthly Archives: January 2018
How to remove ear plugs ear plugs are the most common reason for patients to contact an otolaryngologist. At the same time, traffic jams are equally common in children and adults. Ear plugs are formed when the auditory passage is blocked by products of the secretion of sulfur glands.
Ear plugs consist of earwax, as well as secretions from glands, cholesterol compounds, and a small amount of epithelial layer in the ear canal. It should be noted that a healthy body is able to remove excess sulfur itself in time, for example, while speaking or chewing. Continue reading
How to deal with the spring avitaminosis! The long-awaited time of year! When there is a little more sun, a little more heat, as we want everything around us to be in the same mood, the same upbeat, cheerful. But in life, it’s not always the way you want it to be. After all, the signs of spring are manifested in each of us in different ways.
It would seem that when nature wakes up, we should also experience an emotional lift, but alas, our body begins to feel directly proportional to the weather. Why? It turns out that this period is dangerous for health, because many people have weakened immunity. In winter, the body uses almost all the potential that it gained over the past summer and autumn. Continue reading
How to deal with herpes on the lips “Cold on the lips” – so often called herpes. In appearance, this is a pimple or a water bottle, which eventually burst and leave wounds of different sizes. Herpes is quite unpleasant not only in appearance, but also in feeling. Therefore, you need to know the means of struggle and prevention.
Causes of herpes
There is a whole list of factors that can provoke “colds on the lips”.
These include: hypothermia, viral, colds, bacterial infections, fatigue, stress, constant diets, hypovitaminosis, love of sunburn, menstruation, decreased immunity, and injuries. In this case, herpes can be located not only on the lips, but also in the nose.
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